Friday, December 30, 2011

Crayon Monogram and CWC winners!

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Here is a gift I made for my son's preschool teachers for Christmas.  I originally saw this idea on pinterest, by Creative Gift & Party ideas, which I think they did an awesome job!




So this photo was taken with my camera phone...I literally texted it to my friend to show her what I was making while talking to her on the phone and when I sat down to blog about it, I realized this is the only photo I have! So, at least I have a photo!

Want to make one?
Shadowbox from Target
Patterned Paper
Crayons
Text

1. Type out the teacher's name on a piece of paper
2. Cut paper to desired length and width
3. Tape white pieces of paper down to the patterned paper with double sided tape or desired adhesive...I used my ATG
4.Take crayons and make desired letter
5. Hot glue down
*Tip the hot glue dries quickly so put it down quickly in the spot where you would like it to go
6.I used E-6000 to adhere the patterened paper to the black velvet, which is the background the shadowbox comes with
*Tip-make sure to allow the E-6000 time to dry...like 24 hours before putting it back into the frame.  I didn't do that with the first one I made and all the crayons fell off 
7. Enjoy!

Smiles,








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7 comments:

  1. Hey Jill!! DO you have a linky party weekly? I know you showcase the links of other linky parties....thanks for any info!

    I LOVE your gift for your son's teacher!! So cute and appropriate for a teacher!

    Hugs,
    Michelle

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  2. Michelle....I do, and it will start tomorrow and continue until next Sat. I will feature the person with the most views and it will start again on Sunday! Please join us! ♥Jill

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  3. Teachers will definitely like this creative use of crayons.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"
    http://CreatedbySunshineHoneyBee.blogspot.com

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  4. What a brilliant tip! Thanks for sharing!

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  5. This is so cute! I've never seen one like this, what a clever idea!

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  6. Such a cute idea for a teacher gift! Thanks for inviting me to your linky party!
    Hugs,
    Heather :)

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These comments make my day! Thank you for taking the time!
Smiles,
Jill

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